Ex-IGP Musa Hassan remarries

PETALING JAYA: Former inspector-general of police Tan Sri Musa Hassan has remarried, tying the knot with Qistina Lim in a ceremony on Saturday (Sept 23) night.

The photos of the wedding reception were shared by an individual on Facebook, believed to be his brother, Mohammad Izzat Hassan.

In a Facebook caption, Mohammad Izzat extended his congratulations and blessings of happiness to the couple.

"Congratulations to Tan Sri Musa Hassan and Puan Sri Qistina Lim, you (Musa) will always be my idol, adviser, leader and brother to me," mStar, The Star media group’s Bahasa Malaysia portal, reported on Sunday (Sept 24).

The reception took place at a hotel in Shah Alam, Selangor on Saturday (Sept 23).

Musa, 72, was separated from his wife Elly Afizahwati Abdul Jalil, 42, after she filed a divorce application at the Lower Syariah Court on March 30.

The application was filed due to a long-standing dispute with Musa whom she married 10 years ago.

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